Amber Mac has keynoted, hosted, and moderated more than 300 events around the world, with audiences varying in size from thousands to highly-targeted smaller groups benefiting from her cutting edge tech wisdom and insights.
More than that, Amber and her team are available to help promote your event on social media to her 2+ million followers and can provide guidance in relation to event marketing and other areas as well. Contact us through the form below to find out more.
Some Events We’ve Worked With
If your organization is seeking a world-class speaker and popular expert on AI, emerging technologies, digital marketing, internet safety, and our increasingly connected world, then just fill out the form at the bottom of this page to connect with Amber Mac.
Below are a few of the most popular speaking topics that Amber regularly covers.Amber can also customize her presentations to suit your audience – just use the form at the bottom of the page to let us know what you’re looking for and we can take it from there.
Plus, Amber has moderated sessions on the world stage with leaders such as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke, Mercedes-Benz Chairman Dieter Zetsche, 9 leading astronauts including Chris Hadfield, Peloton President William Lynch, and coming up in May 2019, former FBI Director James Comey. She is also an experienced emcee.
Demystifying Artificial Intelligence: A Day in the Life of AI in 2025
If your attendees need to know about artificial intelligence, but don’t know where to start, this keynote is the perfect introduction to put AI into context for today’s business leaders with a look at how this new technology will impact our lives on a daily basis.
Relentless Adaptation: Best Practices for Today’s Digital Economy
We obsess over innovation. But innovation is overrated. If you look at the smart companies that are prized for “innovation,” you will see that they are actually masters of “adaptation”—of knowing when to adjust, when to speed up, and when to capitalize. This big picture talk sheds light on how to adapt, and how to win, in our fast-forward economy.
A Generation Z Playbook: Marketing to the New Digital Trendsetters
Generation Z (people born between 1995 and 2010) is an economic powerhouse that represents a quarter of our population—and is growing. In this presentation, Amber explains how to break down your digital strategy into four simple steps to reach this next audience: Rethink Mission, Rethink Work, Rethink Platform, and Rethink Communication.
February 12: Accenture Shoot, San Francisco, CA
February 13: Tech Expert, The Marilyn Denis Show
February 13: Workshop, Distributed Energy Group (Video Conference)
I’m excited to announce the launch of Season 2 of The AI Effect podcast. This season my co-host, Jodie Wallis of Accenture, and I interview guests including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Joelle Pineau of the Facebook AI Research Lab, Toronto Mayor John Tory, and many others about the challenges and… Read More
Whether it was leaving a full-time journalism gig on the East Coast to work in start-up world in San Fran OR jumping headfirst into social media when everyone around me thought it was a, *ahem*, fad, I’ve always embraced disruption. This fall, it’s a real honour to be on the… Read More
Shopify is an e-commerce platform that powers more than 600,000 stores around the world, has more than one million active users, and boasts $55B sold using its software. At their recent Unite conference, which caters to the company’s partners and developers, I sat down with Canadian Prime Minister… Read More
Over the next five years, the market value of new Internet of Things services is expected to exceed $1.9 trillion globally. In this talk, Amber MacArthur will teach you how this next big technological shift will change the way we all do business. Whether it’s machines talking to other machines,… Read More
While we’ve obsessed about millennials for almost a decade, it’s time to shift focus to the next generation. Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2010) is an economic powerhouse that represents a quarter of our population – and growing. They buy differently, engage differently, connect differently, and think differently. Amber’s… Read More
We obsess over innovation. But innovation is overrated. If you look at the smart companies that are prized for “innovation,” you see that they are actually masters of “adaptation”—of knowing when to adjust, when to speed up, and when to capitalize. It’s not about being first; it’s about being flexible. Read More